We all love a good splurge now and again—there’s no denying the sartorial rush of a newly acquired It piece. While we’re for savvy shopping most of the time, you may find yourself in the mood for a spendy little treat ahead of the new season, in which case we’ve culled five just-launched designer pieces to pick from. Whether you’re keen on the street-style circuit’s favorite sneaker or the It-girl boots flying off the shelves, these must-have items will instantly invigorate your wardrobe and undoubtedly satisfy your urge to splurge.
5 Splurge-Worthy Spring Buys
The bustier trend is going strong this spring, and Prada's brocade version was a standout on the runway during Milan Fashion Week. Layer the cropped top over a crisp white button-down to show your layering savvy, or wear it on its own with a high-waist bottom for evening.
The style set went nuts over the debut of these fashion-forward chunky sneakers during Paris Fashion Week. Already this spring, It girls have proven their taste for the futuristic silhouette, wearing them with everything from frilled dresses to raw-edge denim.
Spring’s key bag trend is all about hands-free, and Gucci’s signature motif is the logo lover’s ideal way to rock the look while getting good bang for your buck. You can wear it around your waist as intended, slung over your shoulder for more of a traditional handbag feel or high across your chest à la Kendall Jenner.
Leave it to Chanel to design a seemingly impractical piece and make it one of the most lust-worthy items of the season. Case in point for spring: its lauded PVC boots. Offered in a range of silhouettes from ankle length to over-the-knee, this fashion-forward look is a playful way to enliven rainy day attire.
Boots are no longer exclusive to cold weather, and Chloé’s freshly launched Rylee is the ultimate example of year-round versatility. Already selling out on sites like Net-A-Porter, this new silhouette features a spliced design to allow breathability for your feet in warmer temps and is available in a range of finishes from python to a canvas-leather hybrid.